Sergio Aguero 'ready' for Man City return after Amsterdam crash

Aguero: Why Man City signing Messi is too 'complicated'

Aguero accepts prospect of Man City signing Messi is 'complicated'

Manchester City ace Sergio Aguero admits wearing his seat belt saved him after his auto accident in Amsterdam last month.

Sergio Aguero has said he would "love" Lionel Messi to join him at Manchester City but acknowledged that it would be hard for his compatriot to leave Barcelona.

Messi has a new deal on the table from Barcelona worth around £500,000-a-week. He said, "I don't believe so.' I took a moment to think and realised it's thanks to wearing a seatbelt that I'm able to talk about this at all".

"The money isn't a problem here", Aguero told TyC Sport . But Leo, just like other players like [Cristiano] Ronaldo, are symbols of their clubs and it's hard to leave not just to City but to other clubs that also have the money.

"Then one thinks 'why did I [go]', but it's hard to imagine that something like that could happen".

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Aguero's injuries forced him to miss Argentina's crucial final World Cup qualifiers but Messi rescued a troubled campaign to secure a place in Russian Federation next summer with a stunning hat-trick against Ecuador. "I was very nervous but I screamed for joy".

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero refuses to rule out the possibility of returning in time for Saturday's Premier League match against Stoke City.

"I still do not know if I am going to play on Saturday". "I trained normally, but without the group".

"Back to training. I am ready!"

During the interview, Aguero was also asked about the possibility of being joined at City by countryman Lionel Messi.

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